Intonation

  1. Components of intonation and the structure of English intonation group.
  2. Division of Utterances into Intonation-Groups
  3. Emphatic intonation is a type of intonation which is emotional and powerful.
  4. FUNCTIONS OF INTONATION
  5. Intonation
  6. INTONATION AND PROSODY. THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THESE NOTIONS

VI: {{172}} -: A complex unity of all its components

VI: {{173}} -: Speech melody, word stress, tempo, rhythm and pausation, voice-tamber

VI: {{174}} -: Unstressed syllables

VI: {{175}}-: Tamber

VI: {{176}}-: Tail

VI: {{177}} -: Isolation

VI: {{178}}-: Sentence

VI: {{179}} -: Sentence

VI: {{180}}-: Written

VI: {{181}} -: Punctuation

VI: {{182}}-: Speech

VI: {{183}} -: Sentences

VI: {{184}} -: Declarative

VI: {{185}}-: Upward

VI: {{186}}-: Rising

VI: {{187}}-: Wider

VI: {{188}} -: Pitch

VI: {{189}} -: Pitch variations

VI: {{190}} -: Speech

VI: {{191}} -: Identificatory

VI: {{192}}-: End

VI: {{193}} -: Intonation-groups

VI: {{194}}-: Nucleus

VI: {{195}}-: Longer

VI: {{196}}-: Dot

VI: {{197}} -: Emphatic

VI: {{198}}-: Basic

VI: {{199}} -: Prehead

VI: {{200}}-: Head

VI: {{201}}-: Body

VI: {{202}}-: Tail

VI: {{203}}-: Nuclear

VI: {{204}}-: Broader

VI: {{205}}-: 3

VI: {{206}}-: 2

VI: {{207}}-: Narrow

VI: {{208}}-: Level

VI: {{209}}-: Low

VI: {{210}} -: Attitudinal

VI: {{211}}-: Stress

VI: {{212}} -: Prominence

VI: {{213}} -: Different

VI: {{214}} -: Semantic

VI: {{215}} -: Language

VI: {{216}} -: Communicative centre

VI: {{217}}-: New

VI: {{218}} -: Logical stress

VI: {{219}} -: Unemphatic

VI: {{220}}-: Rhythm

VI: {{221}}-: Tamber

VI: {{222}} -: Monotone

VI: {{223}} -: Intonation

VI: {{224}}-: One

VI: {{225}} -: The tail

VI: {{226}}-: Writing

VI: {{227}}-: New

VI: {{228}} -: The theme

VI: {{229}} -: The rheme

VI: {{230}} -: Terminal tone

VI: {{231}} -: Intonation groups

VI: {{232}} -: Prosodic

VI: {{233}} -: Stress-timed

VI: {{234}}-: Elision

VI: {{235}} -: Rhythmical

VI: {{236}} -: Poetry

VI: {{237}}-: Devices

VI: {{238}} -: Alliteration

VI: {{239}} -: Sound symbolism

VI: {{240}} -: Inversion

VI: {{241}} -: Polysyndeton

VI: {{242}} -: Syntactical parallelism

VI: {{243}} -: Intensification

VI: {{244}}-: Prose

VI: {{245}}-: Pause

VI: {{246}}-: Short

VI: {{247}} -: Unnatural

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